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254  Date: 2003-12-30 18:53:42
johnohara ( / no homepage) wrote:

an excellent site allowed me to find additional sites which allowed me to research my family crest as I am having a ring made.I realize I technichally do not have the right to wear it but what the heck after 1200 years plus I dont think the oharas will mind.Good job and thankyou

253  Date: 2003-12-29 15:23:11
johnohara ( / no homepage) wrote:

As I am Scottish by birth and Canadian by choce I find heraldry quite facinating. The only comment I have.If the Canadian coat of arms was to be changed the First nations should be given a higher profile. These arms represent the founding nations of Canada and should reflect that. An excellent site well laid out and well explained. Thank you

252  Date: 2003-12-21 03:33:50
Heinrich Nobbe ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am looking for info about NOBBE ,s in Canada
Also about the Coat of Arms.

251  Date: 2003-12-19 00:25:31
i hate canadians ( / no homepage) wrote:


250  Date: 2003-12-16 02:53:09
George Rotaru ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am iterested if I can get heraldic clip art and to use them in same graphics art work

thank you

249  Date: 2003-12-16 02:18:24
Carl Larsen ( / no homepage) wrote:

I have always been interested in heraldry, particularly Canadian and would like to have armorial bearings of my own although I am not sure I would qualify. I found your web site fascinating and enjoyed browsing, particularly the various coats of arms issued to various of your past officers.

I should consider joining in the new year.

248  Date: 2003-12-14 21:11:26
Vincent Rodo ( / no homepage) wrote:

Very well done.

247  Date: 2003-12-14 01:57:07
Eileen Best ( / no homepage) wrote:

How does one apply for a Coat of Arms?
What are the criteria for granting armorials?
Thank you.

246  Date: 2003-12-04 15:53:29
Dana Morris ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thanks, I enjoyed your web site
I have spent 32 years in the service of Ontario and had never known the latin meaning for our coat of arms.
Never too old to learn

245  Date: 2003-11-13 02:23:46
michael ( / no homepage) wrote:

I'm interest on how this whole thing works. I mean I would like to have my own someday and I wonder where is the right place to look for my for father's crest or coat of arms. Is there shame for bearing history of our ancestor's coat of arms on our walls.

244  Date: 2003-11-08 00:48:43
Marc MAYO ( / wrote:

Bonjour de France ! Hi from France !!
Trés intéressant tout ça... j'aime beaucoup l'armorial. Bravo !

A french Artist

243  Date: 2003-11-07 20:21:39
evelyn ( / no homepage) wrote:

we love Canada

242  Date: 2003-11-02 16:37:33
James L Waghorn ( / no homepage) wrote:


241  Date: 2003-10-17 22:33:43
House of Frederic ( / no homepage) wrote:

Excellent and informative site.

House of Frederic

240  Date: 2003-10-13 06:50:12
Francois Poirier ( / no homepage) wrote:

It was good to see that you've added a Roll of Arms since my last visit. Is there a book of all canadian Grants of Arms available or in the making?

How many members of the Society are Licentiate of the Heraldry Society of Canada?

239  Date: 2003-09-13 15:08:52
Dr. John J. F. Kennedy, FRHSC ( / no homepage) wrote:

In looking at the various arms of Provincial Lieutenant Governors, I noticed that one of the female LGs has KStJ as part of her post-nominals. I would respectfully suggest the more appropriate post-nominals would be DStJ. But, who knows, perhaps women are now Knights and by parity of reasoning men can be Dames? Ah, Canada!

238  Date: 2003-09-03 19:49:54
Peter Dawson ( / no homepage) wrote:

I was very interested to read the spirited if misinformed Hansard transcripts surrounding the adoption of the motto of the Order Of Canada on the national Coat of Arms. I was especially interested to hear the government's intent that the chnage should appear on Canadian Forces rank insignia (i.e. Chief Warrant Officers' badges). This, because when I queried the Directorate of Ceremonial, I was assured that the old form remained perfectly correct as a coat of arms did not have to used in its entirety. A feeble explanation indeed.

But anyway, an interesting website. It would be great if either the Heraldic Authority or the CHA (a) published a guide to the specific rules of Canadian heraldry (including uniquely Canadian charges) and (b) maintained a comprehensive on-line archive of all grants of arms in Canada.

237  Date: 2003-08-29 02:23:19
Arthur Whittom ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am only curious as to what there is to see for our country Canada, England and my descendance the Scottish people.

236  Date: 2003-08-08 23:19:47
Andrew W Howe ( / wrote:

I am a heraldic woodcarver from Scotland. My mother Lesley Miller and stepfather Dougald Miller emigrated to Canada over 20 years ago and lived there happily until a horrendous incident robbed Doug of his former life and is now confined to hospital, kept alive by machines. Is there a Canadian version of his family crest? Any help would b much appreciated

235  Date: 2003-07-05 00:14:58
Cameron S. ( / no homepage) wrote:

looks very intersting indeed. is there a email one can join or subscribe to? I have traced my history back to the early 1800's so far. I know i am descended from the "House Of Hanover" re: Saxe Coburg but have come to a deadlock, so i am looking, * looking, lol Have a Wonderful day....Scientia et Justitia (my family motto.

234  Date: 2003-06-28 06:03:08
Matthew J. Henderson ( / wrote:

Nice looking site., I am of Scotch-Irish decent and
I am always Interested In Heraldry,and History.

233  Date: 2003-06-20 21:16:02
David Steeves ( / no homepage) wrote:

Wonderfully informative site.

232  Date: 2003-06-09 01:25:52
David Steeves ( / no homepage) wrote:

Excellent site, very informative. I believe that I will apply for membership and try at writing the exams in the near future.

231  Date: 2003-06-08 15:12:26
Edgar Lefebvre ( / wrote:

Great site !

230  Date: 2003-05-09 15:11:59
Madeleine Dery ( / wrote:

Je recherche les armoiries de la famille Dery et j'aimerais avoir des explications les concernant.

229  Date: 2003-04-22 17:47:01
Patricia Clarke ( / no homepage) wrote:

Being a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)has re-awakened my love of history both in Canada and mideval Europe. Heraldry is a special interest, as my sister has been researching our family tree and found two 'family' coats of arms,for Klett and Braun, that are supposedly from our ancestors. I would be very interested in learning how to trace back these coats of arms to their origin and find out if they really belong to our family. I am very glad to have stumbled onto this site via the Toronto Public Library link, and I am actually thinking of applying for my own coat of arms. I will be sure to tell others in my group of its existence.

228  Date: 2003-04-20 22:53:37
Peter Kennedy ( / wrote:

Very Informative site, I am interested in writing
the Heraldic exams sometime in the future, It is a subject that I have always been very fond of....Peter

227  Date: 2003-04-15 19:08:25
Leo Prottsman ( / no homepage) wrote:

Nice site. The Riestap article helped immensely.

Thank you....

226  Date: 2003-04-05 16:53:10
Ordre équestre apostolique de Saint-Georges de Bourgogne ( / wrote:

Gouvernorat général et Chancellerie internationale


Le Gouverneur général de l'Ordre a l'honneur et le plaisir de vous inviter cordialement à visiter le site Internet de notre Institution chevaleresque, laquelle compte 612 ans d'existence sans solution de continuité.

Voici son adresse :

Ce domaine Internet est consacré à l'Ordre équestre apostolique de Saint-Georges de Bourgogne, qu'un gentilhomme franc-comtois Philibert de Mollans créa en 1390 pour honorer les reliques du Mégalomartyr, rapportées de Terre sainte. Les fondateurs ne formèrent à l'origine qu'une pie union; mais, dès 1485, de nouveaux statuts l'instituèrent en Ordre équestre, tout aussitôt reconnu par le pape Innocent VIII.
Déjà enrichi de privilèges par Philippe le Bon, puis par tous les rois de France de Louis XIV à Charles X, la Sodalité bénéficia de spéciales faveurs spirituelles concédées tant par les pontifes romains que par les hiérarques orientaux. Elles furent toutes confirmées par Sa Béatitude éminentissime le cardinal Ignace Gabriel Ier Tappouni, patriarche d'Antioche et de tout l'Orient, qui, le 11 octobre 1929, l'érigea canoniquement, lui accorda la qualification d'Ordre apostolique et le plaça sous la protection perpétuelle de ce très saint Trône patriarcal.
En notre époque où les traditions et les valeurs se perdent et où le matérialisme asservit le monde, l'Ordre lutte avec la dernière énergie pour développer sa spiritualité irénique et engager ses membres dans la voie de l'altruisme, au sein d'œuvres d'intérêt public.
La conclusion de notre site souligne l'orientation monarchiste de l'Ordre, en parfaite symbiose avec tous les mouvements royalistes, légitimistes et traditionnels.
Si cette suggestion vous agrée, nous serions heureux d'établir entre votre site et le nôtre un lien mutuel et réciproque. Nous espérons votre aimable réponse à ce sujet et, dans l'affirmative, nous vous saurions gré de rappeler votre adresse URL et/ou de nous envoyer votre bannière.
En vous remerciant de l'intérêt que vous voudrez bien porter à ce message, le Gouverneur général, les dignitaires du Conseil et tous les membres de l'Ordre saisissent cette occasion de vous assurer de leurs sentiments très attentifs et tout dévoués.

Par mandement de S.A.S.,
le Secrétaire de commandements.

Chef de l'Ordre :
S.A.S. Mgr Pierre de CHARNAY de SURMONT
XXIIIe Gouverneur général «ad vitam» de l'Ordre
équestre Apostolique de Saint-Georges de Bourgogne
rue de la Reine, 19
B-4500 HUY (Belgique)
Téléphone : +32-85/21.26.71 - télécopie : +32-85/21.10.71
E-mail de l'Ordre :
E-mail personnel :

225  Date: 2003-04-04 12:54:46
De Lamotte ( / wrote:

Devoted to the work of Gonzague de Lamotte, specializing in heraldic hand painted parchment style paper who has produced for famous French and Scottish families. A gallery of calligraphic and heraldic art.
An excellent an lavishly illustrated site devoted to French heraldry (in French). Regulation of heraldry, heralds, legal status in the past and present, titles, coronets, crests, mottoes, marshalling, etc

224  Date: 2003-03-29 20:37:58
Genealogical Society of Ireland ( / wrote:

A Chairde,

Chief Herald of Ireland - the sixtieth anniversary of the creation on this
office falls on Tuesday April 1st 2003.

The transfer of the Office of Arms in Dublin Castle from British to Irish
control occurred on April 1st 1943, though, all other offices were
transferred in 1922 on the coming into force of the Treaty and the creation
of the Irish Free State.

Readers may be interested in the main article in the Monthly Newsletter of
the Genealogical Society of Ireland - "The Genie Gazette" available on line

Kind regards

Michael Merrigan
Hon. Secretary
Genealogical Society of Ireland

223  Date: 2003-03-10 18:13:50
Joseph E. Nancoo ( / no homepage) wrote:

An excellent site.
As interesting as it is informative.
I will become a member of the Montreal Branch.
I have attended their functions in the past and count many members among my friends.

222  Date: 2003-03-05 21:42:19
margarita le fort ( / no homepage) wrote:

this is wonderful

221  Date: 2003-03-05 04:11:41
Marie F. Walpole UE ( / wrote:

I am currently taking a course in Heraldry at the National Institute of Genealogy as part of my credit course to become a CG. I purchased Dr. Greaves book when it first came out and I would like to get his e-mail address because my family were patients of his for over 30years.

220  Date: 2003-03-04 21:16:02
Roger Allan Manlove ( / no homepage) wrote:

Am looking for any descendants and ancestors of Manloves who immigrated to Canada and when they arrived. Thank you.

219  Date: 2003-02-13 03:42:50
Genevieve ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am a descendant of the Sicard de Carufel family and would love more information about them.

218  Date: 2003-02-03 07:28:28
Dr. W.R.Coates ( / no homepage) wrote:

Motto: Virtus In Actione Consistit
Badge with pelican vulning self + fox with wing in its mouth, both "erased", ie down to the base of neck. (Families Syer and Wilkinson) Ring any bells?

217  Date: 2003-01-18 03:22:32
M.J.McInally ( / wrote:

Very Impressed Regards Mac

216  Date: 2003-01-17 02:29:43
Michael Laferriere ( / wrote:

Searching for information on Canadian heraldry. I'll have to spend some time browsing your site.

215  Date: 2003-01-16 05:41:02
Tony Carufel ( / no homepage) wrote:

looking for inforamtion on the Sicard de Carufel family. trying to find out more about the fief of Carufel located in Castres France.

thank you for any help

Tony Carufel

214  Date: 2003-01-14 01:05:00
Philip Stuminikovski ( / no homepage) wrote:

its great

213  Date: 2003-01-12 16:25:55
Mike Oettle ( / wrote:

Your society's coverage of heraldry in general has always been most impressive. For this reason I have made a point of adding it to my list of heraldry links (a new section added this weekend, at <>).
I notice that among your links you have an entry for Heraldry in South Africa that does not seem to refer to Armoria, and which calls up a blank page. Would you consider putting Armoria on that list instead?
Mike Oettle

212  Date: 2003-01-10 04:55:05
Marie Woodruff ( / no homepage) wrote:

I previously signed your guestbook with a question about military badges and was delighted with the help the by the membership gave me. Thank you for that.
Now I'm doing some research on St. Margaret's School in Victoria, of which I'm a former student.
According to "The Identifying Symbols of Canadian Educational Institutions", written by Ian Campbell in 1990, St. Margaret's adopted its "badge" (for want of a better term) in 1927. What I need to know is if this is an official heraldic device. It's based on the seal of Queen Margaret of Scotland circa 1069 A.D.
Thanks again for your help. "Servite in Caritate."
M. Woodruff, potential BC-Yukon member.

211  Date: 2003-01-10 01:29:51
Robert J Gilbert ( / no homepage) wrote:

Is there a Coat of Arms for my family? Their name has changed over the years.
Gilbert/Comtois Gilbert/Gilbert dit Comtois

210  Date: 2002-12-21 22:14:33
Jochen Wilke ( / no homepage) wrote:

Madame, Monsieur,

Je ne visite pas souvent la site de la Société héraldique du Canada. Mais, en visitant, chaque fois, je suis étonné de la fantaisie des artistes héraldiques de votre pays et de la qualité de leurs oeuvres.

Je demeure avec les meilleurs voeux pour Noel et une bonne année 2003

Jochen Wilke

209  Date: 2002-12-09 07:13:11
Edouard deVarennes ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am looking for a copy of the journal issue for March 1976,concerning the coat of arms for the Gaultier deVarennes. Any help in obtaining a copy or print of this article would be most appreciated.Thank you.

208  Date: 2002-12-09 06:58:30
Edouard Arthur deVarennes ( / no homepage) wrote:

A good help with links in finding Rene Gaultier + Marie deVarennes. Thanks

207  Date: 2002-12-07 18:58:57
Clinton W J Collins ( / wrote:

Indeed I spirited sort, Great Work!!!

206  Date: 2002-11-27 18:24:46
Phil ( / no homepage) wrote:

Canada is cool. This site is cool... and I am cool. :)

205  Date: 2002-11-24 21:41:44
Ed Cass ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for your site efforts & information, interesting site, will browse again as the topic requires considerable time for review along with checking out the links.

204  Date: 2002-11-11 17:23:21
ronald stacy hendrick ( / no homepage) wrote:

I live in north carolina, but my family originates from Cacada.

203  Date: 2002-10-02 23:55:42
Marcel DeMasson ( / no homepage) wrote:

I live in canada at jackson point

202  Date: 2002-09-14 04:41:18
John Le Blancq ( / wrote:

Just arrived at your site, and am looking forward to a long visit. Too bad the politicians are not as keen on our heritage, as they could use a lesson, or ten. Keep plodding along! Cheerio!

201  Date: 2002-09-06 02:09:44
Chaplain, Lt Col Raymond Gonia, KCSM ( / no homepage) wrote:

It was a wonderful experience to look at your website. It allowed me to connect with my family tree. My paternal grandfather was born in Canada.

God Bless,
Padre Ray, KCSM

200  Date: 2002-09-05 15:06:54
Richard Story ( / wrote:

Sir Richard Turner was my great granddad's uncle. I think its very cool he is being honored in this way.

199  Date: 2002-08-30 03:16:30
Phil Johnston ( / wrote:

Just discovered the world of 'heraldry' and find it fascinating. Happy to see Canadians have a source on the net to look to.

Site could use some serious re-designing however...

198  Date: 2002-08-29 22:00:15
jan marks ( / no homepage) wrote:

nice work

197  Date: 2002-08-14 16:26:39
Lord Cyril G Lane ( / wrote:

Good site with lots of information and good links May God Bless and keep you all!!!

196  Date: 2002-08-06 13:59:58
mike rumble ( / no homepage) wrote:

Member of Heraldry Society (UK)
Fascinating and colourful site - I shall return !

195  Date: 2002-08-02 15:56:10
Edwin Boehringer ( / no homepage) wrote:

What a beautiful site!! Hans D. Birk would have approved I think...

194  Date: 2002-07-19 20:10:39
Mike Oettle ( / wrote:

Your society's pages have impressed me for some time, although I have not spent enough time browsing through them lately. I intend to spend more time doing that, as the Heraldry Society of Southern Africa has recently appointed me its webmaster. The appointment is currently empty, as I have nothing on my pages reflecting the society, but I hope to have some material up soon. In the meantime, may I invite members of the society to visit my pages at Armoria and its subsections (URL provided). I am especially interested in Canada Herald's set of brisures for women, which I discovered some time ago on one of your pages, but now have been unable to locate. Would you let me have its address, so that I can provide a link to it?
Greetings from a chilly South Africa.

193  Date: 2002-07-10 20:58:59
William Underhill ( / wrote:

A very interesting site, and well presented. I am active in the Society for Creative Anachronism, so my area of interest tends more toward Scots heraldry c. 1500 AD. Nevertheless, I am glad I found this site, and will continue to visit on a regular visit.

At two bells of the afternoon watch, the 10th day of July,
Yours aye,
William Underhill

192  Date: 2002-06-14 04:28:16
J. Clifton Wilde ( / no homepage) wrote:

Very interesting. I may even consider joining. I arrived her because I was (OK am) looking for the arms of Canadian Services College Royal Roads.

191  Date: 2002-06-09 03:05:09
frank ( / no homepage) wrote:

An excellent site with wonderful display of coats of arms

190  Date: 2002-06-06 10:52:10
daniel de bruin ( / wrote:

Dear sirs,
Can you tell if it's possible to obtain old issue's of "heraldry in Canada " and if so what would be the price ?
Thank you in advance for your answer
Yours truly
Daniel de Bruin, SHA

189  Date: 2002-05-17 13:52:43
Conrad Kisch ( / no homepage) wrote:

Dear Sirs,
As a child I lived in Canada and remember well the Canadian mail boxes that were embellished with the Royal Arms. I was much disappointed to discover on a recent visit to Montreal, after a lapse of 34 years, to discover that the Royal Arms had vanished. When did this event occur?

Sincerely yours,
Conrad Kisch

188  Date: 2002-05-13 17:51:32
D.M. Davidson ( / no homepage) wrote:

This presentation is a great start. My hope is that, in time, we might see all of the Arms that have been authorized for Canadians, and perhaps representations of those from the past, and other lands.

187  Date: 2002-05-12 17:22:35
christina ( / no homepage) wrote:

Please put More stuff on your sight cause i neeed Quebecs symbol!!

186  Date: 2002-04-29 01:45:08
Mario ( / wrote:

Archivio Storico Araldico Italiano. Archivio Internazionale per la Ricerca dei Valori Storici Nobiliari e della Scienza Araldica

185  Date: 2002-04-26 02:43:11
Rean Meyer ( / no homepage) wrote:

Darren: ignore my comment on the "advert" I referred to earlier. It was the "family coat of arms" phrase that lept out at me. I should have checked before I lept. Rean

184  Date: 2002-04-25 23:55:24
Rean Meyer ( / no homepage) wrote:

Thank you Darren for updating the HSC/SHC web page. The following Fellows and Hon. fellows ahould have asterisks as they are deceased: Pullen, Till, McGibbon, Rowe and Bryant. incidentally, I responded to "Lord" Daniel, the Italian. I also question the propiety of having an advert for "family coats of arms" on our web page. Rean

183  Date: 2002-04-24 14:30:15
Piper George Andras ( / no homepage) wrote:

I found your site most helpful, and very lavishly illustrated. Well done everyone!

182  Date: 2002-04-18 19:03:10
John Joseph Harris ( / no homepage) wrote:

Harris needs Lief Ericson History Canada 1584-Newfoundland-John Harris-prior to Harris House Harris page for all jump in Dire Straits Kid US

181  Date: 2002-04-04 20:23:07
claude hovington ( / no homepage) wrote:

home page for hovington armorial

180  Date: 2002-03-22 14:19:15
Lord Daniel Joseph L'Italien of Westminster ( / no homepage) wrote:

Very interesting web site...!
Question ? Where could I have my coat of arms registred in canada....?

179  Date: 2002-03-19 09:41:50
EUGENE LLEWELLYN ( / no homepage) wrote:

Heraldry is a fine tradition, one that should be encouraged. This site is a good means to that end.
Thank you,
Maple Ridge B.C.

178  Date: 2002-02-28 02:01:59
Ali M. mamina ( / no homepage) wrote:

I am ver impressed. I am trying to encourage he heraldry of my Country (Congo Kinshasa), to start up, and your site has given me more confidence. Thank you very much.

177  Date: 2002-02-27 19:12:12
John Swinden ( / no homepage) wrote:

A very useful list of cross references

176  Date: 2002-02-13 21:20:32
David M. Krause ( / no homepage) wrote:

Your website address was given to me by the Canadian High Commission in London, U.K.

175  Date: 2002-02-11 05:28:19
mary ann ( / no homepage) wrote:

i'm interested in finding out if the Acadians have a coat of arms

174  Date: 2002-02-03 08:17:21
WD Gladstone ( / wrote:

Fine site. Keep up the good work!
~ William, Laird Gladstone of Glencairn

173  Date: 2002-01-27 04:19:51
Richard Toporoski ( / no homepage) wrote:

I have been loaned a copy of your journal for summer, 2001, where (falling into the Canadian habit of prime ministerolatry on page 10) you neglect to include Dr Wilder Penfield, appointed a Member of the Order of Merit by The Queen in 1953. I think it was either ignorant or presumptuous of the authorities in Manitoba to choose the post-nominals O.M. for their provincial honour when, though so little has been left to the Queen of Canada to do in Canada, making appointments to the Order of Merit (like appointments to the lower classes of the Royal Victorian Order) is a personal prerogative of Her Majesty'I therefore wish you had not referred to the Order as "British".

172  Date: 2002-01-26 22:00:21
adam ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

i love canada need i say more!

171  Date: 2002-01-26 15:40:35
jose batusan ( / no homepage) wrote:


170  Date: 2002-01-14 16:28:12
Anne B. Cure ( / no homepage) wrote:


169  Date: 2002-01-11 23:23:48
Leslie Lovatt ( / no homepage) wrote:

Very good web page I am still trying to find my family coat of arm

168  Date: 2002-01-08 18:57:29
Roxanne Hibbitts ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Hi! Finally I found a site that wasn't trying to sell me something. ha! I found a lot of what I was looking for but I still want to find my Dad's family Coat of Arms. He's spoke of it many times. Great site...Thanks for the sites to look up.

167  Date: 2002-01-01 20:44:33
Ramsperger ( / wrote:

Just want to say hello from germany.


166  Date: 2001-12-26 23:24:47
William G Ludlow ( / no homepage) wrote:

As a former member I would like to say Hello to David Ruddy and Okill Stuart. Just found your web page.

165  Date: 2001-12-21 17:36:42
Fredrick George Taylor lll ( / no homepage) wrote:

need to see taylor coat of arms

164  Date: 2001-12-11 17:14:58
David Daniel Ruddy ( / no homepage) wrote:

Would you please amend my entry under BC-Yukon Branch to inclued my full name, as above, and also my e-mail address? I think the inclusion of my FAX number, rather than a non-existent business number, would be more helpful: FAX 250-658-6020.

163  Date: 2001-12-07 13:45:41
NABEEL KHOKHAR ( / no homepage) wrote:


162  Date: 2001-12-06 15:54:19
adam priestley ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

I dont have e-mail but i like heraldry. i live in burnley, a town in northern england

161  Date: 2001-11-27 21:29:29
David McIntosh ( / no homepage) wrote:

Great page! I agree with Chelsea (163); A Canadian Heraldic Primer is a good place to start learning about heraldry.

160  Date: 2001-11-24 16:28:46
Rean Meyer ( / no homepage) wrote:

To Stewart: Thanks for all the time and devotion over the years in setting up and maintaining the Society's web.

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